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English: Locomotive Hk1 #293 at Finlyandsky Rail Terminal, St. Petersburg, Russia
Lenin arrived in St. Petersburg by train pulled by this engine on 3 April 1917, to start the October Revolution. Originally owned by Finnish State Railways, the steam locomotive was later donated by Finland to the Soviet Union. It is now a permanent exhibit at the station.
Date July 1998
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